Ulrika Jonsson claims sex with Sven was as ‘exciting as assembling bookcase’
Ulrika Jonsson has opened up about her sex life with former England footballer manager Sven-Göran Eriksson.
The former Gladiators presenter, 53, had a quick fling with Sven following her split from German hotel owner Markus Kempen in 2000.
In her recent column with The Sun, Ulrika claimed that sex with 72-year-old wasn't very exciting.
She said: "I carried on my pursuit for love, pausing briefly for a fumble under the covers with a nearly 60-year-old, Sven-Göran Eriksson.'
"Yes, I am also trying to forget it because sex was about as exciting as assembling an IKEA bookcase, which is what makes my argument for a younger man inescapably convincing."
Elsewhere in the column, Ulrika dished further on her desires to bag herself a toyboy, saying these days, she's just interested in "laughter, good food and sex".
Ulrika also divulged that she'd be happy to date anyone over the age of 21, but she would be worried about what her children would think.
She shared: "I don’t want kids and marriage, I want laughter, good food and sex . . . please.
"To that end, surely I’m God’s gift to the younger man?"
Ulrika was last thought to have enjoyed a romance at the start of 2020, after she admitted that she'd had sex for the first time in five years.
But as the first lockdown hit the UK, Ulrika lamented at the time that she was "suffering" without sex with her then-new boyfriend during the lockdown period.
She even joked that she'd be "a virgin again" by the end of it.
Opening up on sexual endeavours last year as her then-romance heated up, Ulrika said in her Best magazine column: "Having spent the past two years of coming out of a somewhat 'barren' marriage with little human touch, I have then spent the past five months motoring along in a physical relationship with a new man – so you might see the confusion my brain and body is suffering.
"It took a lot to get my inner sexual engine started up again – only for coronavirus to take away the petrol and dump me in an isolated garage on the edge of nowhere."
- Ulrika Jonsson
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